Measuring Viscosity in Paints, Coatings, and Inks


Achieve the Desired Product Characteristics in Paints, Coatings, & Inks

Cambridge Viscosity’s viscometers have a reliable, self-cleaning sensor combined with temperature-compensated viscosity equations built into the software—making them ideal for paints, coatings, and inks.

  • Ensures product quality, clarity and resolution of desired images, and proper and uniform film thickness
  • Optimizes throughput processing rates
  • Eliminates the need for costly destructive testing procedures
  • Gives operators the ability to maintain control over the coating solids
  • Offers traceability of the product throughout the process
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  • Optical Coating and Plastic Part Coating
  • Automotive, Wood, and Metal Coating and Painting
  • Adhesive and Paste Application
  • Printing, Paper Coating, and Can Coating
  • Electronics Coating
  • Investment Casting and Molding
  • Medical Coating
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Cambridge Viscosity Helps to Ensure the Consistent Quality of Paints, Coatings, and Inks

Coatings, paints, and inks are complex fluids that must be formulated and used within strict parameters to achieve the desired film weight, thickness, and image characteristics. For these fluids, proper viscosity is a key requirement to consistently delivering the desired end product quality, maintain smooth-running equipment, and optimize material use.


Cambridge Viscosity helps manufacturers and commercial users of coatings, paints, and inks to monitor and control viscosity in any conditions. Our accurate, reliable, and self-cleaning sensors—coupled with temperature-compensated viscosity equations built into our software—ensure product quality, clarity and resolution of desired images, proper and uniform film thickness, and optimization of throughput processing rates. These benefits apply to all coatings, paints, and ink processes, including dip, spray, roll, or flow.


Ensure the consistent quality of paints, coatings, and inks

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